Monday, April 30, 2007

The Wilson party team

I know I am behind in blogging but here we go. Friday night Eric and I went to see Deep Dish spin at Bleu in Detroit since we have never seen him. They were at Bal en Blanc but they did not come on until 10 am and we were too tired to stick around to see him. Now I see why he was so late in the schedule. As a fan of trance, they sucked. After the first hour of his set Eric and I were thinking of leaving since his music was so plain and boring. They got a little better the last hour and I was able to actually dance to it. They took forever to transition too, I kept thinking hit the next beat already!!!! The transitions were the best part of the set and they were about 2 sec. I was very disappointed since they are one of the bigger names. I was not nearly drunk enough for that music. I think that I was spoiled in Montreal by hearing so many great DJ's that now I am a snob. And Armin Van Buuren is sick!! He rocked!!! By far he is the best DJ I have ever see spin!

May 9th we are hoping to beat our Paul Van Dyk curse since the last 3 times we have tried to see him something has come up. Wish us luck. Of course he has to be a dick and play on a Wed night! It will be the first day of our week long 6th anniversary celebration week!!

Plastics come from trees

I mentioned my "post every day" warranty was valid only on weekdays between 8AM and 5PM Eastern standard time, right? :) OK, back to the program.

Yahoo News: National Survey Reveals More than 70% of Americans Don't Know Plastic is Made from Oil

Where the hell did they think it comes from? Trees? Perhaps all that plastic fruit their kids play with confused them.

Adding insult to injury, there is this unique stat:

Nearly 40% (38.1%) of respondents said plastic will biodegrade underground, in home compost, in landfills, or in the ocean.

Host: Survey says? BUZZ! Oh I'm sorry. That's incorrect. But we do have some lovely parting gifts. Bob, tell them what they've won!

Bob: It's a fifth grade science book! Yes, with this handy reference you'll be able to answer survey questions that even a fifth grader could have gotten right.

Host: Thanks for playing.

Friday, April 27, 2007

Prison Bitch Name Generator

Enter your first and last name and comment. No cheating bitches!

Mine was "Donkey Schlong". You know it;)

Thursday, April 26, 2007


I started really watching Heroes this week. I'm not even sure why I was not watching it. I think it was partly the "I've seen this before. It was called X-Men", vibe I had from it for a while. That and the whole "my DNA gives me the power to ignore the rules of physics!" crap. Sure it does. And my johnson has the power to dance and sing when no one is looking. But if you ignore the whole using biology to explain what can only be described as magic, it really is a pretty good show.

One thing I had been discussing with Sue and Paul is whether or not Issac's paintings are ever incorrect. That is, does he paint the future as it will be -or- is just as it might be if no one tries to change it. Obviously the former would not make an interesting show, since NYC would have to be destroyed no matter what anyone did. I was reading through the show recaps on NBC and managed to find at least one instance where the later seems to be case. In episode 5, Peter finishes a painting of Issac's that shows Claire's head removed. Obviously that picture did not come to pass in the end thanks to the intervention of Peter. So it looks like the future is not set in stone quite as much as Issac's paintings would have everyone believe.

Wednesday, April 25, 2007

Red Wings Hockey

I forgot to mention this last week, but Sue and I went and saw Game 2 of the Red Wings/Flames series at the Joe. The game was fun, but the best thing was the guy sitting behind me.

He was this Welsh/British (I can't tell the difference) guy who's knowledge of hockey was just between slim and none. I didn't know they even knew about hockey in Britain.

I really thought it was funny when he would refer to the time between periods as half time. Or the fact that when the the Flames took two concurrent penalties, he would say things like, "Look, its 5 on 4 now". But the best was his shouts of support throughout the game. I swear I'm not making this up. Every five minutes or so he would shout in his very proper English accent:


And thus, a new inside joke was born:)

Tuesday, April 24, 2007

Lack of blogging

I'm not sure why, but lately my urge to blog has really been down. So to jump start it I'm going to make a real effort to write a blog every day for a month and see how it goes. I'm assuming it will be just like this blog usually is: 1/2 funny, 1/2 serious, 1/2 not being good at math:)

Today I wanted to talk about the newest unholy abomination to come out of NBC: The Real Wedding Crashers. Couples allow a group of folks to ruin part of their wedding and film the whole thing for people's amusement.

I'm not sure what's worse. The fact that:

(a) people watch this and are actually amused by it. Really? What is amusing about tricking people and intentionally ruining what would otherwise be a celebration of a union between two people for the rest of their lives?

(b) ANY couple on Earth would sign up for this. What does it say about the bond of marriage you are about to enter when you decide to auction it up on TV and intentionally ruin part of it for 15 minutes of fame. I'll tell you what it says. "I don't take this seriously", is what it says to me.

When right wing folks complain that marriage is a sacred act reserved for a man and woman, gay people should point to this show as yet more proof that marriage is nothing of the sort.

Sunday, April 22, 2007

Hug a tree...

Happy Earth day everyone!! Go out and plant a tree or at least go to the park and enjoy nature. Go to your local hardware store and buy energy saving items!

Saturday, April 14, 2007

"Did someone just turn up the music?"

The Bal en blanc 2007 crew before the fun! Videos from Bal en blanc 2007. Go to Youtube and you can find more to see this awesome event. It was sick!!! I am obsessed!! The second one is Armin Van Buuren!! I do not think that Eric mentioned that Armin mixed up "Heaven Scent" (originally from Digweed, but he is too stuck up to play it) my all time fave tune!! It was sick!!! He also mixed in Ferry Corsten's "Beautiful" another fave of mine!! Paul, Sue and crew, Eric and I are in for next year all the way!! Woot!!

Something to make even the most jaded smile

Taco Revolution

Ah memories...

Wednesday, April 11, 2007

My Great Weekend

I had a fantastic weekend. It was so good that the best I can do is bullet points and links for now. Sue and I need to rest for the next week at least before I will have anything that resembles coherent prose:)

1) ESPN: Spartans win first NCAA hockey title since 1986 - Fuck YA! No better way to put you in a good mood to go out clubbing then hearing your Alma mater has won the NCAA hockey tournament after being a 3rd seed.

2) Montreal - Great city. Good times had by all. Got some new crazy memories to enjoy later in life, from the smoke detector going off in our non-smoking room (I can't mention why) to the crazy tranny that started mumbling and following us after our trip out Saturday night.

3) Stereo - Fantastic club in Montreal. At least the after-hours part is. Before 2am, the place is pretty lame. Its been a while since I danced the night away until 4am, but it was certainly worth it. According to several of our co-partiers, Stereo has the best rated sounds system in North America. After listening to it for a few hours, I became a believer.

4) Bal en Balnc - Holy shit! I have never seen ....well... ANYTHING like this. The most fucked up, crazy, loud event I have ever been too. Armin Van Buuren rose to the top of both my and Sue's lists of favorite live DJs. His set was un-FUCKING-BELIEVABLE.

I don't even know how to describe this to someone who hasn't been to an event like this. Here are a bunch of pictures to give you an idea.

One thing I have to mention is the weird paradox of people who come to this event. It was a strange mix of openly gay men and insanely hot, scantly clad women. The two in combination doesn't make a ton of sense to me, but whatever:)

Throw in people from 18 - 45, including whole families (I saw a rather large number of Asian families all together for some reason). And what is really odd: no pushing, no fighting, no drunken brawls or angry words. Just a bunch of people together having fun and listening to some fantastic music.

Friday, April 06, 2007

South Park Character

You scored as Stan Marsh. You're Stan Marsh! Probably the sanest of the group, you're the mastermind behind the good plans and can easily resolve problems. To you love is amazing, and you're probably already in it. You can be a smart ass and don't have a problem saying what's on your mind. And you're probably an activist. Dude, this is pretty fucked up right here.

Stan Marsh


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Kenny McCormick








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Tuesday, April 03, 2007

Then again, what is a hump?

This is hilarious! I found it on channel 95.5's (Detroit) web site in their celebrity dirt page. It is Alanis Morrisette covering Fergie's "My humps".